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Is a rc8b for beginners?

Old 05-16-2010, 08:44 PM
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Default Is a rc8b for beginners?

I'm looking at a team associated rc8b, would this be ok for a beginner or someone getting back into the hobby after lik 15 years?
Old 05-17-2010, 12:00 AM
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Default RE: Is a rc8b for beginners?

Sure, why not? Great top of the line buggy.. What's the point of getting something lesser, then later getting an RC8B anyway?

Go for it...
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Default RE: Is a rc8b for beginners?

i like the RC8B but its a little tricky to handle, seems less stable on rough tracks. but for a beggener go with the hotbodies D8 buggy, its cheap and its beyond great, extremely easy to drive!! it practically drives itself. the only upgrade needed is the aluminum servo horn for the steering. the kit is only 275 from the HB buggy and truggy are amazing, i just made the switch and it was the best decision i have made, wins come alot easier with them.

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